The European Super League was first officially announced on April 18th. Overnight, fans, pundits and commentators alike spoke out in unanimous opposition of the self-serving, proposed alternative to the UEFA Champions League, and have continued […]
“Kill the Bill” demonstrations in Bristol against the Police Crime, Sentencing, and Courts Bill turned violent on the night of 21 March, with more violent clashes and scuffles occurring in the following week. Riot police […]
In recent weeks, a continually increasing number of hate crimes against Asian communities have circulated on social media. Despite my lifelong aim to work as a writer, I’ve found myself incapable of mustering sufficient words […]
In early March, the UK government announced that this year it would be providing “at least” £87 million in aid to Yemen, compared to £164 million in 2020. The decision was justified by Prime Minister […]
The clanging of pots and pans, whistles and whooping, which filled the streets as we all left our houses at 8pm on a Thursday evening during the first lockdown to ‘clap for carers’, appears now […]
Jonathan Tam discusses Asian hate crime in the UK, from the wider issue to his own experience.
Before the end of 2021, it could be illegal to stage a noisy protest in the UK. If passed, the government’s Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill will drastically limit the right to protest and […]
“The right to a peaceful protest is a fundamental tool of civic expression, and will never be curtailed by this government” These were the words used by Kit Malthouse, Minister for Policing, in a speech […]
Lennart Schiek takes a close look at the Police Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill.
In January of this year, 178 people tested positive for Covid-19 at the Napier army barracks in Kent where asylum seekers are being held. The following month, an inspection was carried out by the Independent […]
On Monday evening the world watched as two women sat down on a global stage to discuss race, mental health, the media, and the monarchy. This discussion has sparked widespread conversations, resignations, and rebuttals. It […]
The passing week has brought President Biden his first major legislative victory of his tenure. He signed into law the American Rescue Plan Act, a sweeping $1.9 trillion economic relief bill which aims to rescue […]